Certainly the highlight of the week was the executive order banning refugees and immigrants from certain Muslim majority countries, regardless of whether the individuals in question are already US residents, leading to chaos and protests at airports across the country. This ban excluded countries where Lord Dampnut has business dealings, because if there's anything more important than bigotry, it's business. When the Attorney-General pointed out that the ban itself was probably illegal, he had her sacked.
Illustrating the fine diplomatic skills that Lord Dampnut is famous for, he tore the Australian Prime Minister a new one, which was probably a bit embarrassing for both parties. Of course the fact that twelve hundred asylum seekers are, once again, being used as a political football is typical behaviour of those who have never had to need to seek asylum. At least Lord Damput can plead ignorance.
Still, Australia is an ally. Other countries may not be so lucky. Mexico received an surprise offer of military aid to deal with "bad hombres". Iran was officially put on notice, as Spicer falsely claims that the Iran attacked "our naval vessel". Not that you would need to have the National Security Council to advise on such matters. To conclude the week, the most famous event of the twentieth century - the Holocaust - has been rewritten by the White House, omitting reference to Jewish suffering.
Next week might be quieter. After two week's work Lord Dampnut is apparently sufficiently tired to justify a long weekend.